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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Hunter Mountain on 2007-06-03

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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Hunter Mountain on 2007-06-03


Topics Tim Burke


122m 44s
s1t01. tuning
s1t02. Shakedown Street >
s1t03. Friend Of The Devil >
s1t04. Althea
s1t05. Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys >
s1t06. New Speedway Boogie >
s1t07. Mason's Children
s1t08. Candyman
s1t09. Scarlet Begonias >
s1t10. Eyes Of The World >
s1t11. Fire On The Mountain

73m 20s
s2t01. tuning
s2t02. Unbroken Chain
s2t03. Dark Star >
s2t04. Mountains Of The Moon >
s2t05. Dark Star >
s2t06. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds >
s2t07. (Turn On Your) Lovelight
s2t08. encore break
s2t09. donor rap >
band intros
s2t10. Not Fade Away


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Venue Hunter Mountain
Location Hunter, NY

Source Brüel & Kjær 4022 > Oade ACM Marantz PMD671
Lineage Compact Flash Card > IBM ThinkPad T41
Taped by Tim Burke
Transferred by Tim Burke

Notes

Recordist : Tim Burke - tburke@upstatetapers.org
Location : ~10' Left Of Center, ~100' from stage lip, ~9' high (set up at the front left corner of the soundboard)
Mic Config : 17 cm, 110º (ORTF)
Source : Brüel & Kjær 4022 > Oade ACM Marantz PMD671
Recorded Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Conversion : Compact Flash Card > IBM ThinkPad T41
Editing : none
Dither : none
Final Format : 16 bit, 44.1 kHz
Tracking : CD Wave v1.93.3
Compression : FLAC v1.1.4, FLAC Frontend, Level 8, Sector Boundaries Aligned

DSP performed by Tim Burke on June 04, 2007.

Notes:
A rainy, windy day on the mountain and both can be heard on the recording at various points.

Personnel:
Warren Haynes - guitar,vocals
Phil Lesh - bass guitar, vocals
Steve Molitz - keyboards
John Molo - drums
John Scofield - guitar

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Reviews

Reviewer: doug_the_dude - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 3, 2014
Subject: --
What a sensational field recording - I swear this sounds like a board...this was another in a long line of great P&F lineups - some highlights:

*Mason's Children - hot ***damn***
*Phil is clearly beside himself when that Fire ends. And I think he has the right to be...
*That entire post-break set is something to behold - Molitz' zaniness on Unbroken, and the beautiful DS > Mountains > DS > Lucy...everyone's dialed in hot.

I love listening to these recordings from last decade and getting some perspective. Today the Allman Brothers Band have announced their final shows, so it's clear we're seeing the end of a lot of these roads soon...so enjoy what Phil has been giving us since Jerry left.
Reviewer: tripperdog - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - October 6, 2007
Subject: Warren rocks!!!!! yahooooo!!!
Warren brings out the best in already good musicians the way Jerry did. It really does not get much better than this show. I hope Warren and fellas like Trey and Sco show up to jam with Phil as guests in NY for the 10 show fall 2007 run.
Reviewer: on the banks of the deep end - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 7, 2007
Subject: quality
the quality of all things phil lesh and friends on this site shoudl be excellent because phil puts it on here and not a random in the audience
Reviewer: reddreads - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 31, 2007
Subject: Awsome Quality
The sound quality is top notch.
Reviewer: Shawn Smith - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - August 2, 2007
Subject: great recording & performance
really digging this show. It has me really excited for the PLF fall tour.

note to sjpeagles1. If you think Trey had the utmost reverence and never messed up a note or word when playing jerry's music you might want to check out the PLF show from Vegoose last year. Trey completely butchered the first verse of row jimmy. It was so bad that as soon as he finished the verse he laughed, apologized, and then started over.
Reviewer: Phunkengruuven - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 29, 2007
Subject: Warren/Molo
So good to hear them up there with Phil again. Dont get me wrong, I do love Sco..but Jimmy is just a mastermind. Havent listened to the set but the traffic cover looks tastey...yumm...great to see phil rebound from surgery strong...cant wait to see you this fall!!

keep up the good work, thanks guys!
Reviewer: august_west420 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 30, 2007
Subject: Wow
I've never heard any post-GD band rock like they do at the end of Lovelight!

What a great show. Hope the rumors of a Phil fall tour come to fruition. This lineup is too hot to be put on the shelf.
Reviewer: stout - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 28, 2007
Subject: Even better
than I remember!!! My first Phil show and hopefully not my last. He truly is *mad* genius. Stellar times, so sweet to relive. Thanx to all for making it possible.
Reviewer: sjpeagles1 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 24, 2007
Subject: Return to the REAL Phil & Friends
I am a longtime P&F fan, and due to the amazing musical experiences I have had while interacting with P&F either live or thru recordings, I am pretty tough with my reviews of Phil shows. Last summer, with the exception of when Trey came up on stage, I HATED the overall sound of that band lineup. Phil and Molo would be grooving like they always are and they would try to take a jam somewhere and no one would follow. Larry Campbell was a joke. He played really fast, but all he played was boring pentatonic scale excercises. I actually like Barry Sless, but he was only on slide guitar, and Larry Campbell rudely stepped on his feet constanstly at almost every show I went to. And Joan Osbourne simply had no respect for the sanctity of the Dead's music and really lost my respect when she would screw up some emotional lyrical pinnacle of a song while singing one of Jerry's parts, and she would just giggle and make a stupid face and start over. I mean, I know that happens once in a while, and God knows Jerry screwed up sometimes, but I have personally felt like anyone playing anothers music, especially amazing and spiritual music like the Deads, must exude reverence for it and the music's creators. Just look at how Trey didnt mess up one note or word when playing Jerry's music because he is soooo in awe of having the oppurtunity to do it and loved Jerry and the Dead so much. Trey makes mistakes during phish shows all the time, but he had REVERENCE for the dead songs they were playing. Anyway, This mountain Jam show was absolutely amazing, and a complete turnaround from last summer. Steve Molitz provided a dimension that Phil's band hasnt contained even during the prime that I consider to be the 2001 - 2004 Jimmy Herring and Warren Haynes lineup. Barraco was adept enough to play along in that amazing band, but he was never technically on the same level with the rest of the band. Molitz however added this whole dimensions to the band that was really refreshing. Not to mention that John Scofield completely shredded this show. He came as close as anyone has to replicating the presence of Herring. This show was truly on par with the best Herring/Haynes shows, and even personally I felt on par with the incredible Kimock, Trey, and Page run from the Warfield in 1999. Kudos to Phil for putting a band together that could bring the music to such great heights, and I can only hope and pray that something similar is done soon, and soon isnt even soon enough!!! thank you Phil, Warren, Sco, and Molo and Molitz. PEACE ALL
Reviewer: Wheelchairphan - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 19, 2007
Subject: Thank you Tim!
This is a great aud. recording. You can tell the audience is hanging onto every note here. Like someone said before me..."Thanks for delivering the GOODS!" Five stars just because...
Reviewer: gruUbic - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 14, 2007
Subject: Tim Burke in the houze!
I aint greedy...listen'n right now I'm gettin a pretty cloudy recording that keeps bufferin and skippin out -- dont get me wrong...I'm listen'n to Tony Soprano and wont stop believin...

what I am getting through the pauses of this recording is tight...

Don't stop recording!!

Thanks, Tim
Thanks Phil!
Thanks, Friends
Thanks, archive.org
Reviewer: hillhippie - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 9, 2007
Subject: great show
I thought I would miss Jimmy Herring, but Sco is an excellent replacement. Mad props for delivering the goods!
Reviewer: matthewpilkingting77 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 9, 2007
Subject: thank you
thank you
Reviewer: PHILLYW - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 7, 2007
Subject: Thanks
Superb recording here. Wish I was there, but glad my ears are working! Thanks Tim!
Reviewer: mid-maine - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: great line-up, grate show
what a show. while i saw several strong phil shows after the demise of the q, they never quite went above and beyond (for me). this one, however, was beyond the pale. several musical moments brought me back to the orpheum in '01, but i liked the sound at hunter even more. it was open and expansive, and phil could coax out some seriously deep tones at times.

thin clouds slid through the little canyons below the opposing ridge line, a mama bear and 3 cubs were seen, the intermittent rain was light for phil's sets (compared to earlier in the day), i had the best company one could ask for, and the setting was just perfect.

the music really began melting down by the mason's. phil sounded rich, dropping major bombs. i loved every minute of it and really do appreciate the archive upload.

thanks.
Reviewer: carlyle006 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: great show, great recording
I was at this show and it was phenomenal. This recording captures it very well. Its shows like this that make me go do outdoor concerts with a forecast of 80% chance of rain...It was well worth it. this lineup is awesome and they really brought the heat in this one. thank you tim for posting this here!
Reviewer: Bluerunner - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: Very nice show
Excellent song selection and very well played.
Low Spark is played out in very good form with some nice jams. Scarlet ---- > Dark Star is wonderful with some nice spacey DS jamming. My favorite part is Unbroken Chain. I always love when Phil pulls this out and this is a very nice version played at a high level.
Reviewer: PeterT23 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: Neuman KM 184 recording better?
Hey all... thanks and congratulations to all the tapers and the quick LMA uploaders, well done! That said, I compared two tracks (Candyman and Scarlet) between this source and the KM 184 source of TaperRob that I got from bt.etree.org, and I think his sound is richer and fuller than this one. I hope someone uploads it here soon. And I know there are other versions torrenting now too, so hopefully several will end up here, and we can all decide which we like best. Great to get new recordings up here quickly - and even greater to keep looking for the best recordings of the really great shows - and this was a heck of a Phil show! Cheers, PeterT
Reviewer: NoLeftTurnUnstoned07 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: whoooooo doggy
What a great weekend, thank you all that recorded the shows your amazing. i hope you all had as good of a time that i had and i can't wait to see you all again next year! p.s if anyone got the umphrey's set i would love to hear it again. and does anyone know how to get ahold of the dvd's they made up there, if so please let me know!!!
Reviewer: joe56nyy - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: Awesome
Thanks for braving the weather and getting this to us all. A+ show and recording!
Reviewer: deadphishbiscuit - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: Great Phil show to start and end the summer tour
This show was very good.....great song selection and most songs are played very well including dark star (very trippy version).....scarlet>eyes>fire is fukin awsome! Too bad the rain made the place a complete mud pit lol either way it was a very good show!
Reviewer: stirinthesauce - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 5, 2007
Subject: good job
Good job on the recording, Tim. Sounds really nice!
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